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Rajasaurus was a carnivore (meat-eater) that lived in
India during the late cretaceous period,
between about 70 and 65 million years ago.
Rajasaurus was about 25 to 30 feet (7.6 to 9 meters) long, about 8 feet (2.4 meters) tall,
and weighed about 3 to 4 tons.
Rajasaurus was a carnivore (meat-eater) that lived from 70 to 65 million years ago
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Here is a summary of some of the key facts about Rajasaurus:
- Rajasaurus was a genus of dinosaur.
- "Rajasaurus" means "princely lizard".
- Rajasaurus was a member of the Saurischia ("lizard-hipped") order of dinosaurs. What this means, is that although Rajasaurus was not closely related to lizards, it did have similarly shaped pelvic bones.
- Rajasaurus was a Theropod - a member of a group of related bipedal dinosaurs that included the ancestors of birds (although Rajasaurus was not itself an ancestor of birds).
- Rajasaurus lived between about 70 million years ago and 65 million years ago, during the late Cretaceous period.
- Rajasaurus was one of the dinosaurs which died out during the Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinction at the end of the Mesozoic Era.
- Rajasaurus lived in India.
- Rajasaurus was a carnivore (meat-eater).
- Rajasaurus was about 25 to 30 feet (7.6 to 9 meters) long, and about 8 feet (2.4 meters) tall.
- Rajasaurus weighed up to 3 to 4 tons.
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